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Trescal Exhibiting at RoboBusiness Europe & TUS Expo 2017

By |March 17th, 2017|Aerospace, Application, exhibitor, Hardware, Research, Robot, Sensing, Software, Space|

We warmly welcome Trescal to RoboBusiness Europe & TUS Expo 2017! As a worldwide specialist in calibration and asset management services, Trescal's  mission is to optimize the industrial performance of the various clients by enhancing their measurement processes. Trescal is the only “One-Stop-Shop” calibration service provider capable of guaranteeing a multi-service and multi-brand calibration and repair [...]

Munich’s Institute for Cognitive Systems to exhibit at TUS Expo and RoboBusiness Europe

By |March 7th, 2017|Application, Data, Education, exhibitor, Research, Robot, Unmanned|

We are very pleased to have The Institute for Cognitive Systems from Munich, Germany,as an exhibitor at TUS Expo and RoboBusiness Europe at the World Forum in The Hague. About the ICS: The Institute for Cognitive Systems deals with the fundamental understanding and creation of cognitive systems. As our research interests fall in line with the [...]

The Unmanned Systems Expo 2016, a great robotics playground

By |January 12th, 2016|Drone, exhibitor, Partner, Research, Robot, The Hague, Unmanned|

TU DELFT Robotics Institute had an interview with Niels Westendorp, founder TUSExpo about TUSExpo. RoboValley, powered by TU Delft Robotics Institute, is General Endorsement Partner of TUSExpo 2016. What are the three main reasons why you absolutely cannot miss TUSExpo? Can I only give three reasons? Those would be: * If you want to acquire new partnerships [...]

Engineered Propulsion Systems Unveils Advanced Diesel Engine for Unmanned Systems

By |December 29th, 2015|Data, Research|

Engineered Propulsion Systems (EPS) has announced details of their latest diesel aviation engine, the Graflight, which uniquely leverages the strength and stiffness of Compacted Graphite Iron (CGI), together with a ‘flat V’ engine design, to establish a new benchmark for general aviation applications. Based on a CGI cylinder block, the 4.3 litre, eight-cylinder design results [...]

TUSExpo is proud to welcome the Dutch Ministry of Defence at TUSExpo 2016!

By |December 24th, 2015|Drone, exhibitor, Regulation, Research, Software, Surveillance|

The Netherlands Ministry of Defence comprises 7 organisational elements. The Central Staff makes Defence policy. The 4 armed forces Services ensure that military personnel and material are mission-ready. Support Command and the Defence Materiel Organisation support the armed forces Services by providing products and services. The Minister of Defence is at the head of the [...]

TUSExpo is happy to welcome The Dutch Fire Service as exhibitor at TUSExpo 2016.

By |December 23rd, 2015|Application, Data, Drone, exhibitor, Regulation, Research, Software, Surveillance, Unmanned|

The Netherlands Fire Service; one programme, six task areas The Netherlands Fire Service is the organisation under which all the Dutch fire brigades work together, headed by the Board of Fire Chiefs (Raad van Brandweercommandanten). This board consists of the 25 fire chiefs of the security regions. The board has an executive committee with a [...]

ScanEagle UAS Completes Arctic Search and Rescue

By |August 18th, 2015|Research, Water|

Insitu, a designer and manufacturer of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), has conducted flight operations for the U.S. Coast Guard, launching its ScanEagle unmanned aircraft from Oliktok Point at the North Slope of Alaska. The demonstration was part of the Coast Guard Research and Development Center’s Arctic Technology Evaluation 2015 Search and Rescue exercise (SAREX 2015), [...]

3D Printed UAV Launched from Royal Navy Ship

By |July 31st, 2015|Drone, Research, Robot, Software|

A team of engineers from the University of Southampton have completed a test flight of the new 3D printed SULSA unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The aircraft was launched from HMS Mersey, a Royal Navy warship, and landed safely on a Dorset beach. Weighing 3kg and measuring 1.5m the airframe was created on a 3D printer [...]

Tayzu Robotics to Open Commercial Drone Testing Facility in Cayman Islands

By |July 24th, 2015|Application, Research, Robot, Surveillance|

Tayzu Robotics, a manufacturer and developer of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), has announced that it has reached an exclusivity agreement with the government of the Cayman Islands allowing the company to create a comprehensive UAV testing facility on the island of Cayman Brac. Recognizing the need for a research and testing facility that can cater [...]

Drones Help Secure Beaches

By |July 17th, 2015|Research, Water|

Summertime is here, and people will be flocking to the beaches, ready to hit the water. Wanting to keep swimmers safe, researchers, lifeguards, and search and rescue teams are increasingly using drones in their efforts to improve safety and respond to emergency situations. Earlier this year in Chile, X-Cam and Green Solution started a pilot [...]